Letter from Irena Krońska written in 27.09.1965
v EDITORIAL COMMITTEE v v Warsaw, 9/27/1965
OF THE LIBRARY OF CLASSICS OF PHILOSOPHY v v v Miodowa St. 10
v v v at the
v National Scientific Publishers PWN
Prof. Roman Ingarden
v v K r a k o w
v v Dear and Honorable Professor,
v v I have not written for a long time, but I had a lot of work in connection with the proofreading of the first issue of the Dictionary. The situation was further aggravated by the fact that three people from the editorial office were on vacation, and one – in the hospital.
v v I was only able to read the introduction to Ideas yesterday. Very interesting and well-written. I submitted it for rewriting, and I will try to put Ideas themselves into production by the end of the year.
v v Still in connection with the introduction – on page 9 of the typescript you did not provide the title of Roth’s book /or the author’s name/. When you write me, please kindly give me this information. I am afraid that the contract for the introduction has not been concluded yet. Now I cannot even check because I am not sure where to look /Ms. Szancerowa is on vacation leave until the end of the month, and Ms. Szczerbaczuk on sick leave post-surgery until the end of October/. Please, kindly forgive us for only settling the formalities next month.
v v I remind you – in pleading modus – of the article on Husserl to the Dictionary. I definitely want to submit it to the second volume.
My deepest respect
and cordial greetings